Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by Jay Thakkar, HashedOut
Jacksonville, Florida - If you have ever been into technical stuff, whether as an enthusiast, as a student or as a professional; you’d know about IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). If you don’t, let me tell you that it’s the world’s largest professional association of technical professionals—founded 55 years ago.
- Written by IVN
Washington, DC - The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Credit Suisse Group AG will pay approximately $30 million to resolve SEC charges that it obtained investment banking business in the Asia-Pacific region by corruptly influencing foreign officials in violation of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
- Written by IVN
Washington, DC - A federal judge has ordered Credit Bureau Center, LLC and its owner, Michael Brown, to pay more than $5.2 million to return to consumers, to resolve FTC charges that they deceived people with fake rental property ads and deceptive promises of “free” credit reports, and then tricked them into enrolling into a costly monthly credit monitoring service.
- Written by Wildfire Reports
Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today issued an emergency proclamation for Siskiyou County due to the effects of the Klamathon Fire, which has destroyed structures, threatened homes and critical infrastructure and caused the evacuation of residents.
- Written by NIST
Washington, DC - The drug overdose epidemic currently gripping the nation is so tenacious in part because it’s being driven by fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that comes in many forms. Each form has a slightly different chemical structure, and clandestine chemists are constantly cooking up new ones. From a law-enforcement perspective, this makes fentanyl a moving target and very difficult to control.
- Written by Lesley Fair - FTC
Washington, DC - Like the three sides of a triangle, ROSCA – the Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act – has three basic compliance requirements for online sellers who enroll consumers in continuity plans, often known as negative options. The law bans online negative options unless the seller: 1) clearly discloses all material terms of the deal before obtaining a consumer’s billing information; 2) gets the consumer’s express informed consent before making the charge; and 3) provides a simple mechanism for stopping recurring charges. An FTC lawsuit alleges that online negative options used by San Diego-based Triangle Media Corporation didn’t give consumers a square deal.
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